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Knowledge organisers: what they are and how to use them
Brush up on what an effective knowledge organiser looks like and how to write one. Download examples you can adapt, and get tips on what not to do with yours.
- What are they?
- Who uses them?
- What makes a good one?
- How to write them
- Examples you can adapt
- 10 ways to use knowledge organisers in the classroom
- Avoid common mistakes
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